Your home’s roofing system is one of the most important parts of your home. It is your property’s first line of defense, after all. As such, it’s important that the roof always remains in top form. When your roof sustains damage, it’s understandable if you want to get your roof repaired or replaced immediately. Luckily for homeowners, roof warranties can help.[Read more…]
When it comes to roofing systems, some homeowners tend to think that they only have three components: the shingles, roof decking and underlayment. However, while these three are important components of the roof, there is another one part of the roof that you shouldn’t forget about: flashing. But what exactly is it and why is it so important?
Flat roofs are known for their shallow, almost non-existent slope and their efficient design. However, these popular roofs are just as prone to problems as their sloped counterparts. As a leading roofing company, we have years of experience identifying and dealing with these common flat roof issues so here are a few tips to help you prevent them from causing problems later on.
Many different roofing systems can be used for commercial buildings. One of the most popular choices is EPDM, a kind of rubber roof best known for its durability and cost-effectiveness. In this post, Diamond Roofing Specialist Inc. discusses some of the advantages of installing an EPDM roof on your building.
Most roofing systems are designed to last for many years. But due to a variety of causes, your roof may get damaged or experience some issues throughout its life span. In times like these, one big dilemma that homeowners usually face is whether to repair or replace their roofs.
In this post, Diamond Roofing Specialist Inc. discusses some of the factors that you should take into account to figure out if your roof should be repaired or replaced.
A sagging roof is a low portion of the roof that sometimes takes the shape of the saddle. This is caused by excessive load like snow, wind and poor roofing materials used during construction. Improper design or assembly of the roof or the wall structures may also cause the roof to sag. An old aged roof is also prone to sagging. In this post, we’ll explain what you need to know about roof sagging.
The winter season is almost over but that doesn’t mean that homeowners should no longer be attentive when it comes to caring for their roofs. In fact, if anything, they should be even more attentive during the approaching spring season. Thankfully, with the aid of roofing experts, caring for your roof during spring shouldn’t be difficult at all. [Read more…]